Antiaging: NeoStrata Tri-Therapy Lifting Serum

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NeoStrata Tri-Therapy Lifting Serum

If you've read the blog for a while, you know that NeoStrata is a skincare brand that I trust for their effective, science-based products. So whenever they launch a new antiaging treatment, I have to get my hands on it! Luckily I received the Tri-Therapy Lifting Serum for review, and after about a month of use, I'm ready to tell you how it worked for me.

The new Tri-Therapy Lifting Serum is part of the Skin Active line, and it looks like it was made for me. It is formulated to address the very concerns that I've been obsessing about lately: loss of elasticity, uneven skin tone, fine lines and texture. I started seeing the skin along my jaw line get less firm and tight in the past year or so, and it's making me feel... old. I don't mind a few wrinkles here and there, but seeing the shape of my face change is really distressing. I always thought I would age gracefully but now I'm reading about face lifts... Anyways, a serum that can help firm skin is exactly what I need at this time of my life.

As always with NeoStrata, the Tri-Therapy Lifting Serum comes in functional gender neutral packaging, but this time it's particularly luxurious. The heavy glass bottle has an elegant ombré silver tint, and an easy-to-use dropper.

The Serum is a lightweight gel, almost clear with just a hint of milkiness. My skin absorbs it quickly without any residue. After application my skin feels smooth and soft. It has a fresh scent that doesn't linger once applied. I don't see fragrance mentioned in the ingredients, so I'm not sure where the smell comes from. Here's the full list:
Aqua/Water/Eau, PEG-8, Gluconolactone, 1,2-Hexanediol, Cyclopentasiloxane, Glycerin, Pentylene Glycol, PEG-12 Dimethicone, Polymethylsilsesquioxane, Acetyl Tyrosinamide, Cyclohexasiloxane, Sodium Hyaluronate, Dimethiconol, Biosaccharide Gum-1, Polyacrylate-13, Polyisobutene, Isopropyl Myristate, Polysorbate 20, Sodium Sulfite, BHT, Ammonium Hydroxide, Caprylyl Glycol, Xanthan Gum, Methyldihydrojasmonate, 2,6-Dimethyl-7-Octen-2-ol, Ethyl Acetoacetate, Methyl Benzodioxepinone, Phenoxyethanol, Chlorphenesin, CI 17200 (Red 33), CI 42090 (Blue 1).

NeoStrata Tri-Therapy Lifting Serum swatch

The Tri-Therapy Lifting Serum is formulated to rejuvenate aging skin in three different ways:

- by volumizing slack skin with Aminofil, a patented amino acid derivative. This is supposed to plump and firm so the skin looks lifted. The effect is subtle and progressive, but I can tell that my face looks plumper after several weeks of use.
- by evening skin tone with gluconolactone. This molecule is a PHA (polyhydroxy acid), known to exfoliate but gentler than AHA and with an added moisturizing effect. I have some really stubborn dark spots on my cheeks and I don't see a visible difference yet. To be honest, after trying IPL I don't think any topical cream is going to impress me with its dark spot erasing power!
- by smoothing skin with low molecular weight hyaluronic acid. As you probably know, hyaluronic acid is a powerful moisturizing agent. The idea is that well moisturized skin is plumper and therefore smoother. I've definitely seen results on my forehead: the long, horizontal fine line across my forehead disappears when my skin is fully hydrated, and I get this effect with the Tri-Therapy Lifting Serum. The vertical line between my brows is more marked (I'd say it's a wrinkle in its early stage), but it does look smoother and less deep in the morning with the use of this serum.


As usual NeoStrata delivers with a solid, reliable product that's formulated to do exactly what it claims. I like that the Tri-Therapy Lifting Serum fights aging on three fronts, and I love the luxe glass bottle. The price is high at $100 but I wouldn't hesitate to repurchase it myself, as I'm confident that I would be paying for a quality treatment.


This brand new serum is currently available at NeoStrata's website.

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